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Hello all,
Can anyone suggest me that how are the courses offered by IIBF (Indian Institute of Banking and Finance)?
I am planning to do Diploma in Finance (DBF). Will that course fruitful to me?
Regards,
Mahendra

From India, Mumbai
I am B.Com graduate and presently pursuing MBA in finance (IIMM University) and I am working as Sr. Exec-finance and taxation with an MNC based in Mumbai.
From India, Mumbai
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